Gors Bach

near Lake Padarn and Snowdon

Snowdonia holiday cottage Lake Padarn, Snowdonia- sleeps 4 - popular with walkers and climbers

Near: Lake Padarn 300yds, Llanberis 2m, Caernarfon 5m

Reference 896
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2

About Gors Bach

Snowdonia holiday cottage near Lake Padarn
  • Surrounded by the splendour of Snowdonia, this 200 year old former quarryman's cottage provides a welcome, cosy retreat after a day exploring the lakes, mountains and beaches of Snowdonia.
  • This handsome cottage is in the village of Brynrefail - a short stroll away from the shores of Lake Padarn -  and has a cosy open plan sitting /dining/kitchen with a multi-fuel stove in the large stone inglenook and a luxury cream kitchen with a large range cooker.
  • The sunny & secluded rear patio has stylish garden furniture, pots and climbers - a peaceful hideaway for relaxing on a long summer's evening
  • Climb the garden path for a weather check - east to the mountains and lakes, west to the sea and Anglesey and then plan your day - maybe breakfast at the Caban Cafe - or buy a picnic to enjoy on your travels.
  • Winter Short Breaks available at this Snowdonia holiday cottage near Lake Padarn and Llanberis.
Snowdonia/Llanberis/Snowdon Railway
  • A pleasant walk takes you to Llanberis -  a thriving Snowdonia village at the other end of Lake Padarn with local amenities such as a bank, internet cafe, chemist, Spar, post office, filling station, and doctors surgery. 
  • There is the Welsh Slate Museum, Edison Mission Energy's Electric Mountain and the terminus for the famous Snowdon Mountain Railway.
Caernarfon 
  • Historic Caernarfon with its impressive castle (World Heritage Listed site) is within an easy drive - or take the local bus - and Betws y Coed is less than half an hour's journey over the dramatic Llanberis Pass.
Caernarfon Airworld
  • Caernarfon Airworld is an interactive air museum offering pleasure flights. See your holiday home from a very different perspective!
Plas y Brenin National Mountain Centre
  • Nestled deep in the heart of Snowdonia the National Mountain Centre is an unrivalled destination for adventure activities of all kinds. For almost 60 years it has been running courses in outdoor activities, introducing newcomers to the outdoors, helping outdoor enthusiasts improve their outdoor skills and training outdoor instructors.
Snowdonia Blue Flag beaches near Lake Padarn holiday holiday cottage
  • Beach lovers are spoiled for choice by many fine Blue Flag beaches near Gors Bach - Do discover the delights of Abersoch, Benllech, Dinas Dinlle, Llandonna, Llandwyn, Church Bay, Rhos-on-Sea, Colwyn Bay, Trearddur Bay and Porth Dafarch. Some on the mainland and some on Anglesey.
Penrhyn Castle NT
  • Penrhyn Castle (National Trust) in Llandegai is a 19th C fantasy castle built with the profits from Welsh slate and Jamaican sugar. The castle has spectacular contents and grounds, magnificent views, Victorian kitchens, dolls museum, railway museum and an adventure playground.
Portmeirion Italianate Village
  • A picturesque Italianate village built to show how a naturally beautiful site could be developed. There are shops, gardens, cafes, a hotel for fine dining and a delightful waterside walk. Look out for the Portmeirion pottery shop.
Betws y Coed Golf Club near Snowdonia holiday cottage
  • Well known for its tight fairways and well guarded greens, this 9 hole course bosts spectacular views of the Conwy Valley and Snowdonia. The club house offers full meals or snacks and open events are very popular with visitors.
Walk to Aber Falls from Abergwyngregyn an easy drive from Llanberis holiday cottage
  • Probably one of Wales' most beautiful waterfalls. The falls are located behind the village of Abergwyngregyn. Walk towards Bont Newydd, cross over the bridge and take one of the two paths there. The nearest is the easiest. Walk on through the forest plantation, over a style and ahead of you will be the falls. You can get down to the falls but take care it is rough going. Once there the power and noise are overwhelming. An experience not to be missed.
Bishopsgate House Restaurant, Beaumaris
  • An AA rosetted restaurant in an 18th C Georgian townhouse. Specialities are locally sourced ingredients such as Welsh lamb & Black beef, local fish and crispy roasted duckling.
Cambrian Angling Association, Blaenau Ffestiniog
  • The Cambrian Angling Association offer day, week and season tickets available from game fishing lakes and rivers. Try your luck.
Shore Fishing at Dinas Dinlle
  • Shore fishing at Dinas Dinlle yields bass, codling, flounder and smoothhound on high or low tide. Fishing is particularly good after west or south west storms. Remember to pack youir favourite seafood recipes.

Anglesey Sea Zoo, Brynseincyn
  • An exciting venue for the whole family. Wales' largest marine aquarium has over 150 species in carefully recreated coastline. Children will love the Bone Free Zone, Shark Pool, Big Fish Forest and Shipwreck.
Snowdon Mountain Railway close to this Snowdonia cottage for holidays
  • There are many things to enjoy near this Snowdonia holiday cottage. The highlight must be a train ride to the top of Snowdon.

Accommodation


2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4, cot by arrangement. 1 double with tv, video (digital Freeview), 1 twin.

Towels & tea-towels provided

Bathroom with Victorian style full suite and shower over bath. All on 1st floor.

Sitting/Dining/Kitchen open plan with slate tiled floors, cosy rugs, multifuel stove in large stone inglenook. Comfortable sofa & 2 armchairs, Freeview digital tv,dvd, cd, elegant table and chairs seating 4, luxurious fully fitted kitchen with large range electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine. Lovely staircase to 1st floor. Highchair.

Grounds small enclosed front garden with seating and lovely views,  rear garden with patio,  garden furniture,gas barbecue.

Fuel storage heaters incl May - Sept, £20 per week outside these dates. Logs provided.

Welcome FREE: 1 dog

Care with children please steep path round rock garden at rear.

Parking for 2 cars.

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Customer Reviews

Thank you for the lovely comfy cottage and very cosy fire. There were three of us here from Australia and we managed to get some snow on our last day, which was great for us. We would recommend this place to anyone - magic!

2014-05-22

Stuckey party, Australia

What an amazing location for a holiday - castles, great walks and a train up Snowdon. Beaumaris is especially good for young children. We all walked into Llanberis this morning along the lake after excellent pancakes and coffee at Caffi Caban.

2014-05-22

Toulmin family, London

What a wonderful cottage! there is everything you need in it. It was spotless, comfy and a pleasure to stay in. Would love to return! Thanks for a wonderful stay.

2014-05-22

Russon family, Wolverhampton

Brilliant cottage, just great for a mountaineering week. Four superb mountain days - Snowdon Horseshoe, Moel Siabod, Cadair Idris and one low-level walk.

2014-05-22

Shenton family, Isle of Wight

Lovely comfortable and cosy cottage with all needs catered for. We walked up Snowdon in blazing sunshine - by Wednesday it was thick snow and woolly hats! We feel we've seen the landscape in all seasons in just one week.

2014-05-22

Norman family, Isle of Wight

A return visit to this lovely cottage and despite the wet and windy weather had a lovely time revisiting our favourite places. Many thanks for the gift of biscuits, wine and milk and the lovely vase of flowers.

2014-05-22

Harris family, Cannock

We had a fantastic time here. Our favourite spot was the 'Devil's Kitchen', in the Ogwen Valley, which was breathtakingly beautiful..The location of the cottage is very convenient for many good places. We've had fun in this lovely cottage - thanks!

2014-05-22

Evans family, Harrow

A beautifully welcoming cottage which we have thoroughly enjoyed. A great base from which we embarked on a week of adventures!! Llyn Idwal walk, part of the Miners' Track to Snowdon, then the push to the summit. Tryfan conquered! We then embarked on a white-water rafting experience at the National Centre, fantastic fun, lots of screams and very wet!! We really needed the comfortable beds, hot showers and lovely living accommodation. We will be back!

2014-05-22

Kippen family, Woodbridge.

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